Malaysian parents are teaching their kids how to cook during the lockdown

Throughout the lockdown, Pang has been able to spend more time teaching Goh to cook. As a result, he is getting very creative in the kitchen and surprises his parents with his innovative meals. — PANG SIEW LING

There are days when busy working mum Syuibah Abirah Mohamed Tarmizi is just too tired to cook. During this lockdown, Abirah has been working from home and her two children Muhammad Nafis Zahran, 19, and Nur Syadiyah Zahra, 14, have also been at home.

To get them away from their gadgets and give them something fun and useful to do, she has deputised the task of preparing the family’s meals to her children on days when she is particularly busy.

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